Conversation course Italian B2
Course Structure: Group courses, Private lessons, Semi private lessons, Skype
Course Focus: Conversation
Our Target Audience: Adults, Business, Students
Length of Course: 3,5 months, 4 months
Lesson Time: Afternoon course, Evening course, Lunchtime, Morning course, Saturday course
Location: Business Clients, Zurich
Would you like to be a more confident Italian speaker? Wordculture offers you the chance to be able to easily discuss a wide range of topics. Thus you’ll be expanding your vocabulary in a friendly and supportive learning environment.
Our conversation courses will help you learn how to express yourself clearly as well as foster an interest in the Italian language and culture. Throughout the course, you will focus on enriching your vocabulary as well as improving your fluency and pronunciation. Our conversation courses also focus on expanding the communication skills necessary for day to day life and the chance to discuss a variety of topics (both general and abstract) in small groups. Our experienced teachers are native speakers and will provide you with a supportive and rich learning environment, as well as insights into their own culture.
These courses are designed for adult students who have finished B2 and would like to improve their confidence in speaking. We can offer you the flexibility of studying at our centrally located school, in the comfort of your own home, or at your workplace.
Sample quote for a conversation course Italian B2:
Course time: morning/lunch/evening (afternoon upon request)
Number of lessons: 24 lessons of 60 min.
Course fees: 840 CHF (monthly instalments possible)
Please contact us for a detailed quote and to arrange a free trial lesson!
We pride ourselves on offering quality teaching as well as being flexible in terms of student needs and availability. Let us know your preferences, and we will find the course and time to best suit your schedule.
Our prices are based on certain criteria depending on the course.
A complete price overview can be found here: